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5 Self Confidence Positive Affirmations You Should Repeat Daily

By abigail-butler | April 4, 2022 | Mental Health

Self-confidence positive affirmations are more accepted nowadays since everyone’s just trying to love themselves more. It’s about believing the words of the people who love us instead of denying our power and all the nice things they say. Here are some phrases you can use to improve your confidence without shame or guilt.

How to Change Therapists and Find the Right One

By abigail-butler | March 5, 2022 | Mental Health

Deciding to go to therapy is a big step, usually for a reason. Because it can be a defining moment in someone’s life, having the right therapist is crucial. If you feel like your counselor doesn’t help or understand you enough, you can learn how to change therapists and find someone who’ll adequately support you and your mental health.

5 Life Hacks for Sleep Every Woman Struggling With Insomnia Should Know

By abigail-butler | February 15, 2022 | Therapy

If you’re experiencing insomnia or have trouble falling asleep, you may benefit from learning a few life hacks for sleep. I am not talking about the classic things, such as eating before bed, drinking a glass of wine, or cutting off caffeine – these are all valuable tips and valid suggestions. But here, you’ll read about specific methods and techniques that will get you to dreamland in no time.

How Long Does It Take to Get Over a Breakup?

By abigail-butler | December 29, 2021 | Relationships

Sometimes, relationships end, and it’s not easy to handle that loss. No matter what kind of relationship it was, you won’t be alright with what has happened for a while. Ending a romantic relationship is often the most difficult to process, which is why most of us wonder – how long does it take to get over a breakup?

5 Things You Should Know to Understand Quarter-Life Crisis

By abigail-butler | December 28, 2021 | Self-Care

Most of us have heard about the midlife crisis – you know, the one where somebody buys a Porsche in their fifties. However, the quarter-life crisis, midlife’s less famous nephew is an experience an increasing number of people are dealing with. If you want to know more about the peculiar state that comes with being in your mid-twenties, as well as how to overcome it fast and without bruises, keep on reading.

6 Sure Signs You Are Having a Mid Twenties Crisis

By abigail-butler | November 12, 2021 | Therapy

The question isn’t whether you’ll experience a mid-twenties crisis or not, but rather when exactly it will happen. This isn’t a new concept, and according to Guardian, 86% of people between the ages of twenty and thirty question their life choices, relationships, and finances. What exactly is a mid-twenties life crisis, and what are the sure signs you have it? Read on to find out.

Should I See a Therapist? How to Tell It Is Time to Go to Therapy?

By abigail-butler | November 11, 2021 | Therapy

Are you wondering Should I see a therapist and is the timing right for that? If so, this article is for you. Going to see a professional is never an easy decision, and it’s essential to know when you should do it. It can be a challenging experience, so make sure you’re well prepared and informed. We’re here to help.

Dating Tips for the Unvaxxed Singles Living in a Vaxxed World

By abigail-butler | November 10, 2021 | Therapy

The first mention of the coronavirus vaccine started the great divide between those who are pro and anti-vaxx. It’s not just an opinion anymore – our vaccine choices are affecting the lifestyles we lead, and that couldn’t be more true when it comes to the unvaxxed and living and dating in a vaxxed world.

5 Reasons Why Therapy Doesn’t Work for Everyone

By abigail-butler | November 9, 2021 | Therapy

Those considering starting a therapeutic journey often wonder why therapy doesn’t work for everyone. It’s true that the success of sessions depends on many complex factors. However, let us preface by saying that counseling is more often than not among the most triumphant ways to better one’s mental health. With that in mind, there are factors that indicate you should look elsewhere for help. So here are the most common reasons people aren’t pleased with the results.

How to Know When to Change Therapists

By abigail-butler | November 1, 2021 | Therapy

The success rate of therapy is around 85%, which means 15% of people going on sessions don’t see any progress. The reasons can be numerous, but the most common are the uncooperative patient and the simple lack of “click” between the counselor and patient. So when to change therapists and how long should you stay with the same therapist? These are just some of the questions we will try to answer.

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